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Trophy Garden

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The Trophy Garden (Japanese: じまんのうらにわ Pride Backyard) is an area located on Route 212 where many rare Pokémon can be caught. It is located behind the Pokémon Mansion.

There are many Pokémon that can be found here without any interaction with the Trophy Garden's owner, Mr. Backlot. All of these Pokémon are in the Sinnoh Dex, and many can be found in other areas. After the player has defeated the Elite Four and gotten the National Dex upgrade, however, Pokémon that do not otherwise appear in Sinnoh will be placed in the Trophy Garden by Backlot's butler to cover up for his fibs, with a different one there daily. On any given day, the "planted" Pokémon that was in the Trophy Garden the previous time Mr. Backlot was last spoken with will also still be there, allowing a two-day window to catch each of these Pokémon.

In the anime, Dawn captures her Swinub here in Hungry for the Good Life!.

Pokémon

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Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
All times


025 Pikachu D P Pt Grass 18 10%


025 Pikachu D P Pt Grass 24 10%


315 Roselia D P Pt Grass 16-17 30%


315 Roselia D P Pt Grass 22-23 30%
Morning


172 Pichu D P Pt Grass 16 30%


397 Staravia D P Pt Grass 16-17 20%


402 Kricketune D P Pt Grass 16-17 10%
Day


172 Pichu D P Pt Grass 16 10%


397 Staravia D P Pt Grass 16-17 40%


402 Kricketune D P Pt Grass 16-17 10%
Night


172 Pichu D P Pt Grass 16 10%


172 Pichu D P Pt Grass 21-22 10%


397 Staravia D P Pt Grass 16-17 20%


397 Staravia D P Pt Grass 23-24 20%


402 Kricketune D P Pt Grass 16-17 30%


402 Kricketune D P Pt Grass 22-23 30%
Special Pokémon


173 Cleffa D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


035 Clefairy D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


174 Igglybuff D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


039 Jigglypuff D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


052 Meowth D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


440 Happiny D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


113 Chansey D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


439 Mime Jr. D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


132 Ditto D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16,18 5%


133 Eevee D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


137 Porygon D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


298 Azurill D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


183 Marill D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


438 Bonsly D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


311 Plusle D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


312 Minun D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


351 Castform D P Pt Grass
(Backlot)
16, 18 5%


A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Trivia

  • The player can eventually make a desired Pokémon in the above list appear by saving before talking to Mr. Backlot and resetting until the Pokémon is put in. Note that this method does not work for Pokémon swarms.
    • Another common trick is to put a level 18 Pokémon in the first slot of the party and use a Repel, though this returns only Pikachu and the daily Pokémon, like Chansey. This method may be used to obtain rare held items, such as a Lucky Egg, Light Ball, Oval Stone, or a Moon Stone. However, it only works in Diamond and Pearl, as Platinum has higher levels for most Pokémon, and thus the wild Pokémon would be above the threshold.

In other languages

  • Spanish: Jardín Trofeo
  • Italian: Giardino Trofeo
  • German: Trophäengarten
  • French: Jardin Trophée
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